Introduction to OneNote – An Evernote Alternative

by Kim Castleberry
With the recent changes to Evernote’s pricing, it was time to take a good look and see how Microsoft’s OneNote has changed since I used it last. The most important bit is that it’s become free for personal use (wasn’t originally) and cross platform. Premium features for OneNote are available in Microsoft’s $9.99/mo Office bundle. Fortunately, the parts I need seem to be in the free segment.Read the full article


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